This past weekend brought flooding rains to the Shoals. Some areas in Colbert & Lauderdale Counties picked up over 5" of rain with over 9" of rain reported at Wilson Dam Sunday. Thankfully most of the steady rain has been east of the Shoals Monday morning.
Highs will struggle to even make it to the upper 70s Monday afternoon. Rain cooled air and cloud cover will keep most areas in the mid 70s which is 15 degrees below normal for this time of the year.
Enough sunshine may break through Tuesday afternoon to allow for scattered thunderstorms to develop. Some thunderstorms could even be strong producing damaging winds. Drier and warmer weather will quickly return by Wednesday and heading into this weekend.
- Mostly showers Monday with well below normal temperatures
- Showers Monday, strong to severe thunderstorms Thursday
- Stray shower Monday, scattered storms Tuesday
- More showers Monday, localized flooding threat continues
- Some see showers and storms Monday
- Crestwood Medical Center resumes normal visiting hours
- WAAY-TV signal back to normal operations
- TVA preparing for approaching above-normal rainfall
- Below normal highs to finish winter
- Well above normal highs again Tuesday